White Hart Lane railway station
|White Hart Lane|
Location of White Hart Lane in Greater London
|Local authority||London Borough of Haringey|
|Managed by||London Overground|
|Number of platforms||2|
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White Hart Lane station in Tottenham was originally a station on the Stoke Newington & Edmonton Railway: it opened on 22 July 1872. It is currently operated by London Overground and is in Travelcard Zone 3, on the Seven Sisters branch of the Lea Valley Lines.
Match day special train services
The station is heavily used on football match days for local team Tottenham Hotspur, and there is a match day special timetable for this station with some trains arriving and departing every few minutes from the station. On match days, there is an increase in the number of trains to and from Cheshunt and Enfield Town, as well as trains to/from Liverpool Street starting and terminating here as well.
The railway station is the nearest to the stadium as it is about three minutes walk away from Tottenham Hotspur's ground, White Hart Lane. In March 2014 part of the station was damaged by a small fire which took place at the station either on the 16/17 March.
The station is also near to Bruce Castle Park, at which the annual Tottenham Carnival is held, usually in mid-June.
The typical off-peak service is:
4tph (trains per hour) to London Liverpool Street via Hackney Downs calling at all stations
This service increases in peak hours, when there are 4tph to Enfield Town.
A number of peak services to/from London start or terminate here.
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towards Liverpool Street
|Lea Valley Lines||Silver Street or
towards Cheshunt or